delete key


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delete key

n (Comput) → Löschtaste f
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As is the case with VivoBooks of the past, the X403 has its power button right next to the Delete key, which forces you to be extra careful about using the Delete function.
A few words, and then scythe-like the delete key would gobble them up.
You don't have to look at them on the way to the Delete key, because the photographer is not watching you.
Instead of holding down the delete key to start over, just shake your phone and you can start over from scratch.
Eventually we silent types find a way to make our escape from the chatty ones and hit the delete key on the lava flow of words to which we were regrettably subjected.
In the second method of solving this problem: i.Press the "Tab" key and select the fitting, this makes the system highlighted in the System Browser (System Browser opens from View tab -> User Interface -> System Browser or by pressing keyboard shortcut "F9C) ii.Once selected, press the Delete key which basically deletes the System.
Sadly, the mouse on my computer screen seems to have a mind of its own and instead of saving an important email, there are times when it strays to the delete key or leaps to the dustbin icon and I panic to find the "undo".
Over the years I've to come to think of spoilers as an excellent tool for dealing with descents in turbulence, controllers who keep me high as the airport disappears under the nose and as aviation's delete key when I screw up and am too high and/or too fast on final.
The best thing to do is without giving it a second thought, immediately hit the delete key.
"Data deletion carries a potentially high ROI, but pressing the delete key is much easier said than done."
The device has been constructed without a display and includes four buttons: scan, up and down (for controlling Bluetooth connections and remotely activating soft keyboards), and a delete key. Customizable features include a vibrating option and an optional backup battery for the real-time clock.
Finally, the great media finger in the sky hit the delete key.